Words and phrases that have a meaning related to splutter:   (132 results)

Often used in the same context:
sputter, chortle, retch, mutter, shriek, snigger, gibbering, gurgle, moan, chunter, burble, harrumphing, chuff, bleat, snivel, whirr, whine, hyperventilate, scream, screech, prattle, hiss, glug, tutting, gabbled, curdle, groan, splosh, belch, wince, shrilled, apoplexy, grumble, snuffle, whinge, frothing, cackling, murmur, wheeze, mumble, waft, fart, juddering, blub, blether, squeal, gargle, hwyl, fume, puff, shudder, throb, squawk, wail, slow handclap, tootle, howl, guffaw, natter, fug, bellowing, gasps, exclaim, wheezy, yelp, roar, tutted, tuts, dither, droning, braying, pedants, fishwife, sniffy, tinkle, snorts, klaxon, phlegmy, giggle, bilious, chirrup, seethe, trembly, purring, paroxysms, babble, pongy, bawl, scrabbling, slosh, poncey, sob, mewing, clunks, totter, oinking, cannae, fulminate, twitchy, snootiest, doolally, wetly, clatter, grunt, exclamation, splash, thud, fluttering, gasp, rattle, snort, flutter, squeak, crackle, fusillade

More general:
cough out, cough up, emit, expectorate, let loose, let out, noise, spit up, utter, utterance

spatter, spattering, spit out, splatter, splattering, sputter, sputtering

Also try:
— Adjectives for splutter: great, sudden, little, last, angry, faint, final, feeble, violent, occasional, regular, more...

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